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The US Government is urging anyone with information about yesterday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington DC to come forward and report any information they might have.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has set up a Web site for people to report information about yesterday's attack, although at the time of writing the site was, understandably, proving difficult to access.

The Web address is http://www.ifccfbi.gov and provides a link to a form for people to fill in with their information.

Said US Attorney General, John Ashcroft, by way of Reuters: "It takes courage to come forward in situations like this and I urge anyone with information that may be helpful to the authorities to use these resources." ®

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